Publisher: Dutton Juvenile
Ava wakes up in a house she doesn't know, into a life she doesn't recognize. Recently released from the hospital, she is welcomed home by a devoted mother, loyal friends, and a crush finally beginning to show interest...but everyone is a stranger. Ava can't remember any of them, and can't shake the strange feeling that she's not who they say she is.
Ava struggles to break through her amnesiac haze and remember the past she's been told is her own. But the memories that begin to surface are of a different life entirely--one filled with danger. Ava doesn't know what to make of these visions in which she and familiar-faced friends play very different, and very deadly, roles. But when Morgan appears--the one boy able to step from her memories into her reality--the high stakes and ultimate sacrifices of eternal love become the fiercest truth of all.
What I thoughtI really love Elizabeth Scott. She really has some great YA Romances out there. I really wanted to love this one, but in the end, I just wasn't feeling it. Going into the book, I had read a few conflicting reviews. I decided to try it anyway. I'm not sorry in the least for buying it and trying it out, it just wasn't my favorite.
This is not like any of the previous romance novels at all. Maybe that is why I didn't love it. We get a mystery of just what is going on and why Ava doesn't seem to be going back to the way she was. Once I found out everything that Ava does, I started to skim. The book lost it's hold on me pretty quickly.
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